Suzuki Grand Vitara: Front Seat Heater (if equipped) - Other Controls and Equipment - Suzuki Grand Vitara Owner's ManualSuzuki Grand Vitara: Front Seat Heater (if equipped)

(if equipped)
Front Seat Heater (if equipped)

With the ignition switch in the “ON” position, push in one or both of the seat heater switches to warm the corresponding seat(s). The indicator light below the switch will also come on. To turn off the seat heater, push in the switch again. The indicator light below the switch will go off.

WARNING: Improperly using the

seat heater can be hazardous. An occupant can suffer burns even if the heating temperature WARNING: Improperly using the seat heater can be hazardous. An occupant can suffer burns even if the heating temperature is fairly low, if the occupant is wearing thin pants, a thin skirt or shorts and leaves the heater on for long periods. Avoid using the seat heater for these occupants:
• People who have reduced feeling in their legs, including the elderly or those with certain disabilities.
• Small children, or anyone with sensitive skin.
• People who are asleep or under the influence of alcohol or other drugs which make them tired.

CAUTION: To avoid damaging the heater element:
• Do not subject the front seats to heavy impacts, such as children jumping on them.
• Do not cover the seat with any insulating materials such as blankets or cushions.

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